Daily Roundup: October 19, 2012

  • Wharnsby: Crosby, fellow players miffed at hasty NHL rejection
    Another futile attempt from both the NHL and NHLPA to end the 33-day NHL lockout on Thursday has Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby looking "harder" to play in Europe.
  • Crosby more seriously considering Europe after tough CBA session
    Just one week after telling The Canadian Press he was confident a deal could be struck that would save the NHL season, the Pittsburgh Penguins captain acknowledged Thursday that he was going to start looking closer at what options might be available for him in Europe
  • NHL's Bettman disappointed with union's proposals
    Pittsburgh Penguins' Sidney Crosby watches as NHL Players' Association executive director Donald Fehr refers to his notes on the NHL's proposal during a news conference following collective bargaining talks in Toronto, Thursday, Oct. 18, 2012. NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman received three counterproposals from the players' association on Thursday and left the negotiating table "thoroughly …
  • Pittsburgh Penguins: Can Brandon Sutter Fill Jordan Staal's Skates?
    There will be joy in the National Hockey League when the lockout (hopefully) comes to an end. There will be significant hope in Pittsburgh that the Penguins are a legitimate Stanley Cup contender once the season begins in earnest. There's little doubt that the Penguins are a strong playoff team that will be capable of making a long run. When you have not one but two of the league's elite players …

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